• Quinnipiac Live! – School of Law – October 2018
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    Quinnipiac Live! – School of Law – October 2018

    Tonight on Quinnipiac live from our state-of-the-art facilities close-knit community distinguished faculty and variety of experiential learning opportunities we’ll show you how the Quinnipiac University School of Law is leading the way and preparing the next generation of law professionals join the conversation Quinnipiac live starts now hello and welcome to Quinnipiac live I’m your host Joel banner and tonight we have an exciting show planned for you with a variety of guests to highlight what makes the Quinnipiac School of Law so unique throughout the show we invite you to join the conversation leave your questions in the comments section below so they can be answered live on air…

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    Constitutional History and the Reconstruction Amendments

    – Law professor Kurt Lash is one of the country’s leading constitutional law scholars. Founder and director of the Richmond Program on the American Constitution, he has published widely on constitutional history, theory and law, religious liberty, and free speech. He joined the University of Richmond in 2017 as the E. Claiborne Robins Distinguished Chair in Law. (light upbeat pop music) Kurt, thanks so much for taking time to sit down with me. – Thank you so much for having me. It’s a pleasure to be here. – You teach and write about constitutional and First Amendment law. In what ways have these conversations in your classroom changed over the…

  • The Importance and Persistence of State Political Identity | Ernest Young
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    The Importance and Persistence of State Political Identity | Ernest Young

    I want to start by thanking Andrew Bibby and the Center for Constitutional Studies for inviting me. It’s great to be here. I also want to thank all of you for being here this morning. Nothing warms the cockles of my heart more than on a beautiful day of the last day before fall break to see a bunch of students turn out to hear people talk about federalism. I’m not really here to talk about federalism as a constitutional principle. I want to talk about the sociological underpinnings the cultural underpinnings of federalism. I want to look under the hood of the constitutional doctrine and see what is there.…